Indian would not handover any suspect to Pakistan: Indian Defence Minister
New Delhi: Indian Defence Minister, AK Antony made it clear to Pakistan today that India would not handover any Indian national to Pakistan.
Pakistan has demanded of some of the suspects, the most wanted people to Pakistan, from Samjhota train attacks, an Indian serving Colonel, Parohat, who is under interrogation in India these days, the mastermind of Samjhota train terrorist attacks.
His name is also taken in the conspiracy of the killing of Indian Anti-terrorist Squad, Hemant Kurkure, during the Mumbai terrorist attacks because there were some more names behind the shrouds in the Samjhota train attacks that had to be disclosed by, Late Hemant Kurkure.
Pakistan has asked India to handover Colonel Srikant Parohat, who is involved in the Samjhota train attacks that killed many Pakistanis, traveling from India to Pakistan.
India had given the list of 40 most wanted people to India, presumed to be in Pakistan, in the wake of Mumbai terrorist attacks, India started mounting pressure on Pakistan through the world community, and international organizations like UN.
That resulted in shape of banning the Jamat-u-Dawa and apprehension of the activists of the relief organization.
In response, Pakistan has demanded some of the most wanted people to Pakistan from India, but the Indian Defence Minister, totally negated any possibility to give any Indian national to Pakistan.
He also added that the incidents like Samjhota train because it is Indian internal matter and it would not tolerate any intervention from outside.
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